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y ya lo podeis tirar a la basura.... :punish:

 

February 6, 2012 – Microsoft Flight Launches February 29, 2012

 

Prepare for takeoff! On the heels of a successful beta, we’re excited to announce that “Microsoft Flight” will be available to download worldwide for free starting February 29, 2012, right here at www.microsoftflight.com. In addition, the Hawaiian Adventure Pack – which includes the remaining Hawaiian Islands, a new plane and 20 new missions – will be available to purchase the same day through Games for Windows—LIVE.

 

Microsoft Flight lets players jump into the fun, freedom, and adventure of flight with no special hardware or past experience. If you have a mouse and a PC, you can fly!

 

Explore the Hawaiian Islands From Above

 

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In addition to exploring the Big Island of Hawaii for free, you can unlock access to the skies over the remaining Hawaiian Islands by purchasing the Hawaiian Adventure Pack, the first in a series of expansions for Microsoft Flight, which includes:

  • Hundreds of miles to explore
  • Stunning recreations of landmark features, from the breathtaking Waimea Canyon in Kaua’i to the high-rise hotels of Waikiki
  • New challenges
  • 20 new missions
  • The Vans RV-6A, a two-seat, single-engine, low-wing homebuilt airplane made famous for its speed and maneuverability.

The Hawaiian Adventure Pack will be available via Games for Windows –LIVE for 1600 Microsoft Points.

 

Tour the Skies in Two All-New Planes

 

At launch, players will have the ability to purchase two new planes that offer entirely different flying experiences:

 

 

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The Maule M-7-260C is a rugged utility aircraft that is especially adept at handling take-offs and landings on rough, unprepared surfaces. Players can find out what makes the Maule the plane of choice for adventurous bush pilots by trying tricky landing challenges that push the aircraft’s ability to land on rough airstrips. They can enter the Maule’s cockpit and take the controls to transport people and cargo to complete jobs and advance their pilot career.

 

The Maule M-7-260C including a richly detailed external model and a beautifully created cockpit will be available via Games for Windows—LIVE for 1200 Microsoft Points.

 

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The North American P-51 Mustang is a historical fighter plane with strong performance characteristics, maneuverability and sharp looks. Stripped of guns and some weight, this version represents a restored Mustang that might be found at airshows today. The Mustang’s superb agility makes it a great option to choose to complete hoops courses and master many other skilled challenges and missions found in the game.

 

The North American P-51 Mustang flyable from the outside will be available via Games for Windows—LIVE for 640 Microsoft Points.

 

All the aircraft have been created with detailed graphics and accurate physics: Some models allow players to take the helm using highly rendered, accurate cockpits and master authentic piloting procedures, or they can simply use their mouse and keyboard to control any plane in an exterior view. Players can tailor the flight controls to match their skill level, making Microsoft Flight easy for beginners while still challenging the most accomplished PC pilots.

 

Find out more about the meticulous detail and passion that goes into building Microsoft Flight’s aircraft with a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the ICON A5.

 

From early design modeling to the integration of unique speed and flight physics, the following video is a great chance to explore the accuracy and attention to detail that define the gameplay experience in Microsoft Flight.

 

 

Thank you to our Beta Testers

 

We’d also like to thank our beta testers for their invaluable help in getting Microsoft Flight ready for takeoff.

 

Our executive producer, Joshua Howard, had this to say: “There was an overwhelming demand for access to the ‘Microsoft Flight’ beta and the number of requests was far more than what we initially planned for. We received amazing feedback from the beta participants and it’s great to see this level of excitement from fans as we move toward the release ofMicrosoft Flight.”

 

We hope you’ll come fly with us on February 29th!

 

— The Microsoft Flight Team

 

Mal impriado :shok: editado.... los jodidos estan moderando las replicas a los videos e impidiendo que haya comentarios desfaborables.... :arge:

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La cantidad de marujas que nos van a acosar en el trabajo a partir de ahora:

 

"Mi marido compró anoche el Flight, y era como volar de verdad. Al ñiño le encanta"

 

 

Por favor, pido consejo para no cagarla en estas situaciones. Es que me las veo venir...

 

U otros como: "Eh, he llegado al nivel <<comandante de A320 que aterriza en el río Hudson de manera casual>> en el microsoft flai, quiere eso decir que soy capaz de volar un A320 de verdad?"

 

Saludos!!

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"You don't need a joystick, you don't need a keyboard. Grab a mouse and go"

 

 

The best thing about Microsoft Flight to me is the focus on the "experience of flight" not about the act of operating an airplane, that's the fundamental shift"

 

Lo de que no necesitasni joystick ni teclado para volar realmente asusta :o

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Lo que mas pena va a dar es la gente que le de el gusanillo y se acerque a nuestras comunidades, poniendole la realidad como es, se van ha echar atras como la peste cuando descubran que la simulación que le estan vendiendo no es ni remotamente lo que se hace en realidad. Todo por la pasta

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Guest Darkness

Por favor, abrid los nuevos posts sobre Microsoft Flight en videojuegos, ya que esto es un arcade de aviones para niños de teta, y aquí ya dejamos el biberón la mayoría hace años. Por otro lado, si Microsoft crea nuevos productos dirigidos a hacer creer a la gente que existe Papa Noel y Pluto, está en su pleno derecho, pero obviamente nosotros usamos productos diseñados para gente de más de 3 años.

 

Gracias.

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"You don't need a joystick, you don't need a keyboard. Grab a mouse and go"

 

 

The best thing about Microsoft Flight to me is the focus on the "experience of flight" not about the act of operating an airplane, that's the fundamental shift"

 

Lo de que no necesitasni joystick ni teclado para volar realmente asusta :o

 

Normal, ¿acaso la Xbox tiene joystick y teclado?

 

El modelo de vuelo estará orientado al uso con gamepads principalmente, vamos, modelo lineal-perfecto sobre raíles (como se hacía en los 90's, donde los simuladores de vuelo se programaban para manejarlos con el teclado).

 

Y la aviónica, dentro de las posibilidades del pad de Xbox. Con unas cuantas combinaciones de botones se podrá hacer alguna que otra floritura.

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Q: It seems like the tradeoff you made - building richer, smaller locales to explore in the game - is the loss of the full, open world that could be explored in "Flight Simulator"?

 

A: The bet we've made is that to the non-hardcore simmer, flying the whole world isn't as interesting when there's nothing really interesting to see or do. I do get that for some segment of the audience that was one of the values - I can fly anywhere, into any airport, 25,000-odd airports was crazy.

But I think as you try to broaden and you want to bring in not the next million or two but the next 20 million or 30 million people, you say I will err on the side of more interesting area that's dense than the same amount of content spread all over the globe. There's a lot to do in Hawaii, and Hawaii is gorgeous.

 

Que equivocado estás, amijo, y la historia nos dará la razón...

 

Saludos!!

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Pero este tio se olvida de los compradores de fuera de USA? Los que vivimos en otros paises queremos ver nuestros paises representados bien para volar. A parte que en el mundo hay muchas cosas que ver si se instalan ciertos addoms. En fin... Quizá ellos triunfen en numero de ventas, ya que va dirigido a los no hardcores.. pero es qeu los no hardcores se cansan rápido y se van a la próxima novedad. Nosotros nos quedamos.

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